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Using electrospinning for musculoskeletal tissue engineering

Using electrospinning for musculoskeletal tissue engineering

The high failure rates of rotator cuff operative techniques has caused researchers to investigate the potential of electrospinning for musculoskeletal tissue engineering in the field...
SciTech Europa Quarterly looks at recent research in the fields of biomaterials science and tissue engineering

Biomaterials science and tissue engineering

SciTech Europa Quarterly looks at recent research in the fields of biomaterials science and tissue engineering A range of factors can lead to the damage...
Electrospinning for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering

Electrospinning for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering

The CABMM’S Professors Stephen Ferguson and Karin Wuertz-Kozak on the potential of electrospinning for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. The use of biomaterials for the...
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Personalised skin tissue therapy underway

More than 50 million people suffer from skin defects every year in the world, and require surgical intervention to restore skin function and appearance. The...
CUTISS’ automated personalised tissue therapy for skin conditions

CUTISS’ automated personalised tissue therapy for skin conditions

CUTISS’ CEO, Dr Daniela Marino explains how the company plans to provide safe, personalised tissue therapy for skin conditions worldwide. Skin is the largest organ...

Opening the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre

The Duke of York has officially opened the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre at The University of Manchester. The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) is a...
Bioengineering future kidney disease solutions

Bioengineering future kidney disease solutions

Dr Federico González speaks to SciTech Europa about his work using human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) to better understand kidney disease. Advances in tissue and...
Bone bioengineering: technology for a dynamic organ

Bone bioengineering: research on a dynamic organ

Professor Paolo Cinelli discusses the identification of stem cells for the development of bone bioengineering technologies. Bone is often considered as a rigid organ that...
An image to illustrate bio-based fibres for new bio-based sustainable products

FibreNet: Bio-based fibres for bio-based sustainable products

FibreNet are focusing on bio-based fibres to improve European competitiveness and develop new bio-based sustainable products. H2020 Innovative Training Network FibreNet educates a new generation...
Nano-engineered eardrums will fight chronic otitis media

Nano-engineered eardrums will fight chronic otitis media

An optimal eardrum reconstruction following otitis-related large perforations still represents a clinical challenge, which can be faced on the nanoscale The ear is one of...

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